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FA Cup: Oldham 2-2 Everton – Just What The Doctor Ordered As Matt Smith Heads Latics To Goodison Replay (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Oldham 2-2 Everton – FA Cup – 16th February 2013

A last-gasp equaliser from Matt Smith earned a superb draw for Oldham against Everton on Saturday. The striker produced a towering leap to head home in injury to level the scores at 2-2 and set up a return clash at Goodison Park.

Jordan Obita had opened the scoring for the Latics after just 13 minutes, but the Premier League side got themselves back into the game courtesy of Victor Anichebe on 24 minutes and then, just after the break, Phil Jagielka.

Jagielka’s header came after some rather poor defending in the box, leaving the England man to head home. However, it would be Everton who would ultimately find themselves on the sharp end of some poor defending late on, when Tim Howard failed to get a hand on a late corner, leaving Smith to head home. Although to be fair, the Toffees’ keeper was under a lot of pressure from Oldham’s players.

While Everton will fancy themselves to win the replay on home soil, the Latics will be buoyed by their draw at Boundary Park

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Photos: PA

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By Alan Duffy on February 17th, 2013 in Everton, FA Cup, Newsnow, Photos, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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One Response to “FA Cup: Oldham 2-2 Everton – Just What The Doctor Ordered As Matt Smith Heads Latics To Goodison Replay (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Jarren says:

    No comments for this!

    It was an epic match.

    As much as Everton showed their class, Oldham had a constant threat about them and even up to that fateful last corner I felt that something could happen.

    When Smith headed it in, well it reminded me of that Torres goal against Barcelona!

    No matter who you support, when the improbable happens it is a thing of absolute joy.

    Commiserations to Everton, congratulations to Oldham.

    Having said that, I fully expect a 4-0 hammering from the toffees at Goodison.

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